epssvr.exe – GFI Endpoint Security – High Processor usage?

GfiendpointThen you have found the right place, as there is – at this time –  no other place on the web, including GFI’s pages, where you can Google epssvr.exe and get a good answer.

To fix this, just download this zip file and follow the instructions.



  2 Replies to “epssvr.exe – GFI Endpoint Security – High Processor usage?”

  1. AKA
    June 7, 2007 at 7:42 am

    Hi Nick

    I installed GFI Endpoint Security and then later removed it but there’s still some agents out there causing this problem. Is there a way to uninstall them now that I don’t have the console?

    Thanks AKA

  2. June 9, 2007 at 4:50 am

    I believe there is an uninstall command.

    I think that I actually ended up disabling the service and removing it manually.

    However, If you call GFI support they should help you with this issue.


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